COGIS - COA/BMP Information

EDGE ENERGY II LLC           Deporter 29-B Pad           LOCATION ID # 456297           Status: AC        Status Date: 07/26/2018           Location : SESE 29 11N 66W WELD

COGIS - Conditions of Approval
COA Search Results - 3 record(s) returned.
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Conditions of Approval
Form: (02A )
401584325
07/26/2018
Unnecessary or excessive flaring is prohibited. Operator shall direct all salable quality gas to a sales line as soon as practicable or be shut in and conserved per Rule 805.b.(3)B.v. and 912.
Form: (02A )
401584325
07/26/2018
Green Completions -Test separators and associated flow lines, sand traps and emission control systems shall be installed on-site to accommodate green completions techniques. When commercial quantities of salable quality gas are achieved at each well, the gas shall be immediately directed to a sales line or shut in and conserved. If a sales line is unavailable or other conditions prevent placing the gas into a sales line, the operator shall not produce the wells without an approved variance per Rule 805.b.(3)C.
Form: (02A )
401584325
07/26/2018
Operator shall manage noxious weeds in accordance with a weed management plan, if required by the Colorado Noxious Weed Act, to prevent the spread of noxious weeds and to eradicate or control, as necessary, existing noxious weeds.


COGIS - Best Management Practices
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Form: (02A )
401584325
07/26/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
Edge Energy, LLC. (Edge) has developed Best Management Practices (BMPS) to prevent injuries, property damage or environmental impacts and a Contingency Plan for any Modular Large Volume Tank (MLVT) leak or catastrophic failure of the tank integrity and resulting loss of fluid. These BMPs include, but not limited, by the following: 1) Edge determines MLVT locations based on size of location, nearby surface waters, site visibility, surrounding land use, property lines, onsite traffic, site security, tearaway tank fill connections, topography (high, low, slope, direction), nearby building units, roads, access points, and surface owner requests. 2) Signs shall be posted on each MLVT to indicate that the contents are fresh water and that no E&P waste fluids are allowed. Location and additional signage shall conform to Rule 210. 3) MLVTs will be operated with a minimum of 1 foot freeboard at all times. 4) Access to the tanks shall be limited to operational personnel. 5) Construction and installation of the tank structure, liner and sub-grade shall meet or exceed the manufacturer specifications. Edge follows manufacturer’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and will provide these SOPs upon request to the COGCC. 6) Edge will conduct daily, visual inspections of the exterior wall and general area for any integrity deficiencies before, during, and after filling the MLVTs. Edge uses Construction Sign-Off, Site Preparation Sign-Off, Completion Sign-Off, Pre-Fill, and Site Visit checklists to maintain a written record of inspections. However, when the fluid level in the MLVTs is less than two (2) feet and there is no activity going on (i.e. during holidays or a small break between completions), only intermittent inspections will be conducted. Two feet is the safe volume of fluid level that is needed to hold the liner down and keep the MLVT stable. 7) Each location where MLVT’s are used will have its own set of unique site-specific characteristics and associated risks (e.g., rural vs. urban setting, grade of the location, etc.) to be considered in a worst case scenario. These characteristics must be identified and addressed prior to the MLVT construction phase and should be documented in the MLVT construction checklist. Ensuring the safety of our employees, contractors, and the public are a top priority. This can be addressed with the implementation of MLVT pre-construction risk assessment measures to address safety concerns, and minimize environmental impacts and property damage in the unlikely event of a MLVT release. 8) In the event of a catastrophic MLVT failure, the Operator shall notify the COGCC as soon as practicable but not more than 24 hours after discovery, submit a Form 22- Accident Report within 10 days after discovery, conduct a “root cause analysis”, and provide same to COGCC on a Form 4-Sundry Notice within 30 days of the failure. 9) The MLVT shall be constructed and operated in accordance with a design package certified and sealed by a Licensed Professional Engineer either in Colorado or the state where the MLVT was designed or manufactured. 10) COGCC Rules 605.a.(3,5,6,7, and 8), as applicable to tank setbacks at the time of installation shall apply to the siting of this MLVT. 11) All MLVT liner seams shall be welded and tested in accordance with applicable ASTM international standards. Any repairs to liners shall be made using acceptable practices and applicable standards.
Form: (02A )
401584325
07/26/2018
Drilling/Completion Operations
Edge Energy II LLC. hereby certifies to the Director that the Modular Large Volume Tanks, utilized for the afore mentioned location, will be designed and implemented consistent with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission policy dated June 13, 2014.